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posted on 11/14/2012 2:08:02 PM PST
Sad but I wonder if its true.
posted on 11/14/2012 2:10:07 PM PST
(I could eat it raw, but why do that when I have a fire.)
If true (that’s an if), she died of septicemia, not lack of abortion.
Abortions don’t prevent or cure septicemia.
posted on 11/14/2012 2:10:35 PM PST
(Homeschooling for Excellence since 1992)
If she’d already had a miscarriage, why did she need an abortion? It seems to me that she died of something else — seemingly lack of care after a miscarriage.
Explain how she had a miscarriage and there was still a heart beat.
She died because she was septic not because she didn’t have an abortion.
posted on 11/14/2012 2:28:04 PM PST
(Why is one cell on another planet considered life, and in the womb it is not.)
Ireland is a holdout on abortion. Must clear that out. If no children can be aborted to save the life of the mother, women must be dying all the time over there, but curiously haven’t heard of it before. Interesting that they don’t appear to be Irish. Have to learn the local customs. Like in parts of India they leave their dead out for vultures to recycle their flesh.
posted on 11/14/2012 2:34:18 PM PST
(The object of opening the mind, is as of opening the mouth, is to shut it again on something solid.)
“But doctors said they could not terminate the pregnancy while there was still a foetal heartbeat and that Ireland is a “Catholic country”.
Too bad Ireland has a lot of other screwed-up ideas. Lots of us may be looking for someplace to immigrate to in the not so distant future.
“Savita and Praveen Halappanavar”
Yeah, they’re Irish.
If she had a miscarriage there would have no longer been a fetus so no heartbeat. An incomplete miscarriage would have left behind enough tissue to cause septicemia. A D&C might have been in order but even in an incomplete miscarriage there is no heartbeat or viable fetus. Someone has really confused this story.
posted on 11/14/2012 2:57:21 PM PST
According to the report, she was in pain from the miscarriage. After the Baby died inutero at 17 - 18 weeks, it was removed. She then died from E-Coli infection and Septicemia. NOT EXACTLY CAUSED BY LACK OF AN ABORTION>
At what point did the fetus pass E-Coli to the woman?
What a crock of $HIT!
posted on 11/14/2012 3:20:21 PM PST
by Jim from C-Town
(The government is rarely benevolent, often malevolent and never benign!)
How tragic. We don’t have enough information to determine whether the doctors did what they should have or not. Is inducing labor considered abortion? Obviously, the baby would not live at 17 weeks gestation, but the mother might have. We’re there abnormalities with the baby? Sometimes it is necessary to induce in order to save one or both lives. Now there are two dead.
That should have said “Were there . . .”
"The husband of a pregnant woman who died in Ireland after being refused an abortion tells Channel 4 News he "strongly believes" that she would be alive had doctors terminated the pregnancy."
That creates this story. "He believes".
Impeach the kenyan or secession.
posted on 11/14/2012 5:44:28 PM PST
(We've tried the Soap Box,the Ballot Box and the Jury Box; ONE BOX LEFT!)
>> Ireland is a “Catholic country”.
posted on 11/14/2012 9:16:33 PM PST
by Gene Eric
(Demoralization is a weapon of the enemy. Don't get it, don't spread it!)
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